DeMeco Ryans response to J.J. Watt’s call

In response to J.J. Watt’s desire to go back to Houston, DeMeco Ryans says: “Her phone number is ready for use.”

J.J. Watt hinted to a possible comeback to Houston in the event that Texans head coach DeMeco Ryans “absolutely need(s) it.”
Watt’s phone number won’t be going away anytime soon for the coach.
According to Sean Pendergast of SportsRadio 610, Ryans stated on Monday, “I love to hear J.J. saying he’s ready.” “I’ve got his number ready to go just in case we need him. … I may need to make that call, so I’m happy that it’s open from him.”
J.J. Watt hinted to a possible comeback to Houston in the event that Texans head coach DeMeco Ryans “absolutely need(s) it.”
Watt’s phone number won’t be going away anytime soon for the coach.
According to Sean Pendergast of SportsRadio 610, Ryans stated on Monday, “I love to hear J.J. saying he’s ready.” “I’m ready with his number.” to go just in case we need him. … I may need to make that call, so I’m happy that it’s open from him.”

When questioned, Ryans was asked what situation he might see himself calling Watt in. The coach skillfully dodged directly answering the question.
“I need him now!” Ryans laughed as he spoke. “I have to give that call now. I’m prepared to go whenever J.J. Watt is.”

DeMeco Ryans on a Potential Comeback for J.J. Watt: “I Need Him Now”
Constellation Field in Sugar Land hosted J.J. Watt’s charity softball tournament on Saturday night, as we reported in this space on Monday. It was lively, motivational, and extremely successful in raising funds to purchase supplies for after-school programs for inner city schools. J.J. Watt is an amazing benefactor. Houston is the best person to know that.

Still, J.J. Watt is a fantastic NFL defensive end as well. Although J.J. Watt has been out of the game for more than a year, I will still refer to him in the present tense because I believe that after a few weeks to get his bearings, he could easily record ten sacks the next season. and it’s the likelihood that we could see this happen that became a much bigger story than the charity softball game.

To refresh your memory, Watt responded to the following query from my colleague at SportsRadio 610, Brandon Scott, regarding how alluring it is to play football again:
That means J.J. Watt hasn’t closed the door. J.J. did not say “NO” at all in that instance. Now, fast-forward to Monday’s Texans annual charity golf tournament. DeMeco Ryans said, “I NEED HIM NOW,” in response to a question about the conditions under which he would urge Watt to return. That is about as obvious as it gets. Watt’s response was more than just not saying “No.” That’s an emphatic “YES.” It’s also the right response.

Even General Manager Nick Caserio, one of the most reserved and calm individuals you’ll meet when it comes to things ike this, refrained from closing the door on a Watt return, when Caserio was on the “Pat McAfee Show” last week:

 

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